The City of Early City Council will meet Tuesday, May 11, at 6:00 pm at 960 Early Boulevard.
Prior to the meeting, the Early Chamber of Commerce will hold a Grand Re-Opening of City Council Chambers from 5:45 pm to 6:00 pm.
When the meeting begins at 6:00 pm, the business agenda is as follows.
Administer Oath of Office to elected officials – Mayor Bob Mangrum, Councilman Travis Eoff and Councilman Garry Forisha.
Proclamation – National Public Works Week
Consider a Council member as Mayor Pro-Tem
Consider re-appointing Sandra Garcia to serve as Deputy Municipal Court Clerk for two year term
Consider to re-appoint Lee Haney as Municipal Judge for a two year term
Consider a variance to allow a controlled agricultural burn at 212 Sunnydale
Consider a Resolution denying Oncor Electric Company’s application to amend its distribution cost recovery factor to increase distribution rates with the city
Consider a Resolution authorizing continued participation with the Steering Committee of cities served by Atmos Energy Corporation and authorize payment to fund regulatory and related activities related to Atmos Energy Corporation
Consider appointing members for the Reorganization and Reinvention Committee for the Early Beautification Commission
Consider an Ordinance adopting a Comprehensive Financial Management Policy
Executive Session in Accordance with Chapter 551, Texas Government Code
Reconvene into Open Session and consider action, if any, on items discussed in Executive Session
Quarterly Department Reports:
Parks & Recreation (David Gist)
Public Works (Nathan Land)
Development Services (Larry McConn)
Finance (City Secretary)
Administrator Report – Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG)
Smart City Expo May 13, 4 to 7 pm, McDonald Park
Ribbon Cutting – May 14 at 10:00 am at Hendrick Urgent Care – 400 East Commerce
Public Hearing – Town Center recreational plan – May 27, 6 pm, Visitors and Events Center